Aussie Joe wrote:If your jet can take the weight of the 2200mAh nanotech... do it!!! It will go faster because it will have a much much higher "C" rating allowing the voltage to stay higher for longer!
ergocentric wrote:even with the same C rating the available current will be higher because: available current = capacity x C rating
One thing to keep in mind about C rating is if you require a higher C rating you are getting shorter flights
1C = one hour
12C = five minutes
30C = two minutes
Who wants a two minute flight time?
I was talking about voltage and model speed, less voltage sag = more RPMs . standard 1300mah 11.1v - 25-35c Vs nanotech 2200mAh 11.1v -45-90c , the nanotech 2.2 will kick A$$, and he will have a longer flight time.
I think you may have misunderstood my above quote